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7 redenen waarom China een goede plek is voor lange-termijn Alpha

7 redenen waarom China een goede plek is voor lange-termijn Alpha

🕔10:06, 25.Feb 2021

Volgens BNP Paribas Asset Management zijn er volop redenen om te veronderstellen dat de Chinese aandelenmarkt de plek is om lange termijn alpha te behalen.

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A Fertile Ground for Long-Term Alpha

A Fertile Ground for Long-Term Alpha

🕔12:15, 24.Feb 2021

In these extraordinary times the investment potential in Chinese equities remains extraordinary. This might sound debatable given current global uncertainties, but at BNP Paribas Asset Management, we believe the long-term growth prospects of the China’s vast, diverse equity markets and a steady move towards sustainable, quality growth …

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Why we think it’s too early to be cautious on equities

Why we think it’s too early to be cautious on equities

🕔17:40, 20.Feb 2021

Value stocks outperformed momentum by almost 30% in November, but then gave back a third of this by the beginning of 2021 (Figure 1). Is the Georgia vote and Democrat win in the Senate the catalyst that reverses this? US investors did not think Senate control would switch to the Democrats, yet former president Donald Trump alienated centrist votes with allegations of stolen …

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It is time to look at the future of #Equities – Research Highlights

It is time to look at the future of #Equities – Research Highlights

🕔13:23, 16.Feb 2021

With the S&P 500 already gaining around 4.27% year-to-date while COVID-19 still lingers through the western world and the U.S. economy shrunk by 3.5% in 2020, it is time to look at the future of equities.

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A not-so-great rotation in developed market equities

A not-so-great rotation in developed market equities

🕔14:20, 15.Feb 2021

A not-so-great rotation in developed market equities Equity investors, quite rightly, remain resolutely focused on the positive, medium-term outlook for corporate profits rather than the near-term economic challenges. In our view, the economic recovery and rebound in inflation will drive

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Why we think it’s too early to be cautious on equities

Why we think it’s too early to be cautious on equities

🕔16:08, 10.Feb 2021

Why we think it’s too early to be cautious on equities Macro outlook | February 2021 Value stocks outperformed momentum by almost 30% in November, but then gave back a third of this by the beginning of 2021 (Figure 1).

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Columbia Threadneedle Investments – Webinar – Resurrection of a deplorable asset class!

🕔14:30, 9.Feb 2021

Webinar – Resurrection of a deplorable asset class! Join us on Tuesday, 9 February at 13:30 GMT / 14:30 CET as Richard Colwell (Head of UK Equities) and James Thorne present their views on the current market environment for UK Equities. Also joining will be Sonal Sagar who will look at

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UBP’s small- and mid-cap capabilities

UBP’s small- and mid-cap capabilities

🕔08:28, 5.Feb 2021

In recent weeks, investors were relieved by the positive newsflow around the successful COVID-19 vaccine trials and subsequent implementation of roll-out programmes. However, experts agree that the positive effects on the recovery and getting back to “normality” is not likely to happen before the end of this year. As 2021 looks like a bumpy road, many investors are willing to increase equity risk and directionality, subject to selectivity.

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Introducing the Capital Group European Opportunities strategy

Introducing the Capital Group European Opportunities strategy

🕔10:56, 4.Feb 2021

Capital Group European Opportunities (LUX) will be available to investors in Asia and Europe with its launch as a Luxembourg-domiciled fund in February 2021. The fund will offer access to a longstanding European equity strategy, originally launched as a segregated account in 1992. The fund will be managed by …

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Finding Deeper Value in Emerging Markets

Finding Deeper Value in Emerging Markets

🕔09:49, 2.Feb 2021

Value funds—whether global, developed, or emerging—encountered a major style headwind in 2020. Globally, economy‑sensitive value stocks underperformed during the coronavirus pandemic, which was to be expected. Value companies tend to be in traditional sectors that need growth in real economic

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Gains Still to Be Found in Global Equities

Gains Still to Be Found in Global Equities

🕔13:17, 1.Feb 2021

Seizing the opportunities that higher volatility and mixed news flow will create. Equity markets delivered extraordinary returns in 2020, but the first quarter of 2021 will certainly test investors, given the return of uneven and contradictory news flow. Expectations of

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BNP Paribas AM – Webinar – A Focus on China

🕔10:00, 28.Jan 2021

Webinar – A Focus on China The Great Instability The Great Instability virtual event series continues into 2021 and BNP Paribas Asset Management is delighted to invite you to join us for the first episode. On 28 January, we host

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Welcome back Ms Yellen!

Welcome back Ms Yellen!

🕔15:48, 26.Jan 2021

Recent news about the COVID-19 pandemic has been worrying, with more contagious strains of the virus spreading internationally, rising contamination rates, and healthcare systems on the verge of being overwhelmed, particularly in the UK and the US.

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T. Rowe Price – Webinar – China: de ruwe diamant polijsten

🕔11:30, 26.Jan 2021

Webinar – China: de ruwe diamant polijsten China’s snelle binnenlandse en geopolitieke ontwikkelingen en de ruwe diamant van beleggingskansen, verdienen aandacht van beleggers. Tegelijkertijd is China echter nog steeds ondervertegenwoordigd in indices, kent het een volatiele interne markt en de

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In the money: Financial exchanges hit the sweet spot

In the money: Financial exchanges hit the sweet spot

🕔14:31, 21.Jan 2021

Financial sector headlines are often dominated by banks and insurers. But there is one area that has emerged as a steady grower and dividend payer: financial exchanges. Exchanges’ gains contrast against steep declines in the broader financials sector, where traditional banks in particular have grappled with ultra-low rates and a slowing global economy. Over the …

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Equities look set for a positive 2021, however, risks linger (Podcast)

Equities look set for a positive 2021, however, risks linger (Podcast)

🕔12:55, 20.Jan 2021

Equities look set for a positive 2021: last year’s themes and secular change should persist with support coming from factors such as dovish monetary policies. However, risks linger, not least those related to the pandemic. Overall, this constellation makes for a stock pickers’ market, argues Guy Davies, CIO of Equities.

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Factset Earnings Insight

Factset Earnings Insight

🕔14:28, 15.Jan 2021

The estimated (year-over-year) earnings growth rate for the S&P 500 for CY 2021 is 22.1%, which is above the 10- year average (annual) earnings growth rate of 10.0%. If 22.1% is the actual growth rate for the year, it will

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The Hazards of Asset Allocation in a Late-stage Major Bubble

The Hazards of Asset Allocation in a Late-stage Major Bubble

🕔12:23, 8.Jan 2021

The long, long bull market since 2009 has finally matured into a fully-fledged epic bubble. Featuring extreme overvaluation, explosive price increases, frenzied issuance, and hysterically speculative investor behavior, I believe this event will be recorded as one of the great

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2020 – the year of living dangerously

2020 – the year of living dangerously

🕔12:33, 7.Jan 2021

Uncommon truths  2020 – the year of living dangerously Our list of 10 surprises didn’t envisage the global pandemic that dominated 2020. Even so, we had some successes and cyclical assets did well. We expect that to continue in 2021,

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The Sanitary Situation Deteriorates

The Sanitary Situation Deteriorates

🕔16:05, 6.Jan 2021

Market Flash Falling temperatures have exacerbated the global sanitary situation. In Europe, Germany and the UK reinforced restrictions. Cases have also started rising again in Asia, a worry for Japan and South Korea which had managed to control the first

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Improving fundamentals are likely to be sustained

Improving fundamentals are likely to be sustained

🕔10:15, 6.Jan 2021

China Market Outlook 2021  Thanks to its rapid control of the coronavirus, China is the only major economy that is expected to post positive economic growth this year, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, which recently raised

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For Investors in Japan, the Outlook Appears Suga Sweet

For Investors in Japan, the Outlook Appears Suga Sweet

🕔08:00, 5.Jan 2021

T. Rowe Price Insights on Japan Equities Four reasons to be bullish about the Japan investment outlook.  Japanese equities are well placed to excel in 2021, in our view, with various factors underpinning our positive outlook, heading into the new year.

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A bizarre year of win-lose outcomes in Asia Pacific ex Japan

A bizarre year of win-lose outcomes in Asia Pacific ex Japan

🕔22:36, 31.Dec 2020

If I were to sum up Asia ex Japan equity markets in 2020, it would be the pain of negative headwinds followed by the triumph of human ingenuity and determination in rising above them. This perhaps seems too optimistic a

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European equities: the peak of pessimism is behind us

European equities: the peak of pessimism is behind us

🕔10:56, 30.Dec 2020

There are reasons for optimism in 2021. Forget a U-shaped recovery; the letter we look for in 2021 is V, which stands for vaccine. Our baseline scenario is that vaccines roll out across Europe in early 2021, allowing business and

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Europese aandelen in 2021 Sterke steun

Europese aandelen in 2021 Sterke steun

🕔14:36, 28.Dec 2020

Aandelenmarkten lopen vooruit op het economisch herstel in Europa, al is de omvang nog onduidelijk. Beleggers zullen in de eerste helft van 2021 nog geconfronteerd worden met extra volatiliteit, ondanks het positieve nieuws over coronavaccins. Wél zijn er duidelijke pluspunten

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Us Equities: Two Major Themes In A Stabilising Economy

Us Equities: Two Major Themes In A Stabilising Economy

🕔14:53, 22.Dec 2020

With the prospect of early access to effective vaccines getting steadily stronger, the major question for investors in US equity markets is how to position their portfolios for an economy returning to normal after the Covid-19 shock?  This question begs

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Style rotation towards value is a temporary phenomenon

Style rotation towards value is a temporary phenomenon

🕔11:29, 21.Dec 2020

At the end of the global financial crisis in 2009 we saw a sugar rush within markets, specifically for a couple of quarters from March that year where economy-sensitive stocks performed very well. This is being mimicked somewhat today. When

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No alternative to equities

No alternative to equities

🕔13:25, 17.Dec 2020

European Gazette | Autumn 2020 While political risk, a second Covid-19 wave, lower economic activity and suppressed inflation might trigger a short-term sell-off, in the medium term a high equity risk premium and low rates will support equities After a

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Seizing the new reality

Seizing the new reality

🕔09:39, 17.Dec 2020

Outlook 2021  Fidelity International’s outlook for the global economy, multi asset, equities, fixed income and real estate If you are reading this, then you’ve lived through one of the most volatile periods in market history. The year to come may

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Asia ex‑Japan: Constructive Outlook for Equities in 2021

Asia ex‑Japan: Constructive Outlook for Equities in 2021

🕔13:02, 16.Dec 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on International Equities High‑quality growth businesses on reasonable multiples.  Our views remain constructive on the medium- to longer-term outlook for Asia ex‑Japan equities. Even as global growth may be slower to recover than earlier hoped for,

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Riding Europe’s building renovation wave

Riding Europe’s building renovation wave

🕔09:16, 14.Dec 2020

European equities | December 2020  The EU’s decision to put building modernisation at the heart of its drive to reduce CO2 emissions heralds a major spending programme to transform energy efficiency. It also represents a wider drive across the continent

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Legacy of the Lockdowns – Outlook

Legacy of the Lockdowns – Outlook

🕔09:35, 11.Dec 2020

In our 2021 Investment Outlook, we seek to help investors navigate the next phases of the pandemic, the legacy of the lockdowns, and the ensuing economic recovery. We also consider how solutions to the climate crisis can be found at

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CIO outlook: Time for Healing Q4 2020

CIO outlook: Time for Healing Q4 2020

🕔10:59, 9.Dec 2020

After contending with the terrible human and economic toll of a pandemic, as well as market volatility reminiscent of the financial crisis, investors could well be forgiven for wondering anxiously: what could 2021 possibly have in store for us?

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Navigating Extended Periods of Market Volatility

Navigating Extended Periods of Market Volatility

🕔09:59, 8.Dec 2020

In an environment marked by rapid market swings, investors looking to consistently outperform will have to increase their emphasis on downside protection while maintaining their upside participation.

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Why the Future Now Looks Brighter for Value Investing

Why the Future Now Looks Brighter for Value Investing

🕔11:36, 7.Dec 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on Global Equities The growth versus value style debate intensified as the dominance of “growth” accelerated during the coronavirus pandemic. Value investing has remained deeply out of favor, but we sense the dynamics are changing and

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2020 Q4 Capital Market Assumptions

2020 Q4 Capital Market Assumptions

🕔13:07, 3.Dec 2020

To build the income component of our long-term equity forecasts, we calculate each country’s expected income contribution, based on current and anticipated levels of dividend yield, as well as the expected returns attributable to buyback activity (positive) or net positive

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Biden Win Might Bring Mixed Outlook for Investors

Biden Win Might Bring Mixed Outlook for Investors

🕔12:42, 30.Nov 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on the U.S. Election Democrat Joe Biden’s policy proposals as the next U.S. president (pending the outcome of potential legal challenges) could have mixed implications for investors if implemented, according to T. Rowe Price investment professionals. On

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Finding Opportunities After the Rebound

Finding Opportunities After the Rebound

🕔15:15, 27.Nov 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on Global Markets Our portfolio managers see selective potential in a range of asset classes. Even for those of us who saw reasons for hope this past spring, the market’s resilience in the face of the

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Five Reasons Why Investors Should Now Consider Small‑Caps

Five Reasons Why Investors Should Now Consider Small‑Caps

🕔14:56, 27.Nov 2020

"Investing in small‑caps today may give investors with a long-term investment horizon the opportunity to join the journey of some of tomorrow’s most successful businesses at an early stage." — Yoram Lustig Head of EMEA Multi‑Asset Solutions

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Divided government likely would produce moderate policies.

Divided government likely would produce moderate policies.

🕔07:32, 26.Nov 2020

“While capital markets appeared to have reacted positively to these results, the postelection transition creates a potential for market volatility.”

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2021 Investment Outlook

2021 Investment Outlook

🕔15:05, 24.Nov 2020

"Marked by the most severe recession in modern history, 2020 was an unprecedented year. With the global pandemic continuing, we enter 2021 with a mildly positive outlook for the upcoming recovery, but with the assumption that the path to pre-crisis

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Vaccines shape 2021 outlook

Vaccines shape 2021 outlook

🕔09:26, 24.Nov 2020

"We still like high yield for income. On a tactical horizon, we strongly prefer high yield for its income and more room for spread tightening. We are neutral on IG and underweight emerging market debt."

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Why pension funds should be allocating to European banks

Why pension funds should be allocating to European banks

🕔12:56, 20.Nov 2020

"With deficits growing and the outlook uncertain, finding yield and assets that will benefit, rather than suffer, from the current policy response, is a growing problem. We believe cocos fit the bill for these issues."

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UBP – Webinar – The case for Japanese equities – Why now?

🕔09:00, 19.Nov 2020

Webinar – The case for Japanese equities – Why now? Abenomics have had some long-lasting effects on the Japanese economy. The key winners from Abenomics are : -The Domestic consumption growth that is resuming -Capital expenditure that is restarting after

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Finding Alpha in an Increasingly Concentrated  U.S. Market

Finding Alpha in an Increasingly Concentrated U.S. Market

🕔08:12, 18.Nov 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on U.S. Equities How the rules of investing in the large‑cap growth space have changed Amid the wider performance of the U.S. equity market, one particularly astonishing statistic is that the top 10 stocks in the

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Convertible Bonds: A Strategic Allocation

Convertible Bonds: A Strategic Allocation

🕔09:21, 16.Nov 2020

"Convertible bonds historically captured over 65% of equity upside but suffered only 50% downside"

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October started strongly but ended weakly as Covid concerns rose again.

October started strongly but ended weakly as Covid concerns rose again.

🕔15:02, 13.Nov 2020

"After all, it is difficult to determine which election outcome the market had priced in, when and with what probability. "

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Recovery enters a Second Phase

Recovery enters a Second Phase

🕔14:47, 13.Nov 2020

The Investment Clock: "Recovering: After a plunge into recession, economic data started a rapid pick up from March in China and May/June in Europe and the US as social distancing eased. Retail sales have recovered particularly fast in the US

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Global Market Outlook

Global Market Outlook

🕔13:10, 9.Nov 2020

As markets continue to ponder the US Presidential election result, a surge in COVID19 cases across Europe has led to a darkening near-term outlook. How things play out in the US—from a political and virus perspective—is still uncertain, but another

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Japan has new leadership but it’s the same stock pickers’ market

Japan has new leadership but it’s the same stock pickers’ market

🕔07:30, 5.Nov 2020

Investment Insights  Japan has a new leader: Yoshihide Suga, who replaced his ally Shinzo Abe, the longest-serving prime minister in the country’s history, in September. We asked Akira Horiguchi, co-principal investment officer on the Capital Group Japan Equity strategy what

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"Has the tide finally turned for #emergingmarkets #equities after a decade of trailing #US markets? It’s a question we often hear." 5 reasons why EM equities could power ahead in #2021 by @CapitalGroup -> https://www.opiniopro.com/2021/02/capital-group/5-reasons-why-em-equities-could-power-ahead-in-2021/

The underperformance of Value vs. Growth stocks explained

From the winter edition of our VBA Journaal, written by Jeroen Kakebeeke RBA, Investment Risk Manager at PGGM
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Not many places to hide last week, but #cyclical sectors held up relatively well amidst the backup in rates.

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#MoneyMarketFunds that lend to #PrivateSector borrowers experienced large withdrawals during the financial stress of March 2020, but cumulative outflows differed considerably across funds https://www.bis.org/publ/qtrpdf/r_qt2103b.htm

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